Food systems for healthier diets in Ethiopia: Toward a research agenda

IFPRI Discussion paper 01720. Absract: In this paper, we identify research streams to support the operationalizing of such food systems approaches in Ethiopia.

Ethiopian economy grows, but diets are still poor

A new Ethiopia has emerged in recent years. A potent combination of increased agricultural productivity, urbanization, and economic growth has improved the standard of living for many Ethiopians. As a result, diets are changing as well, but not entirely in positive ways.

The state and contribution of extension services to agricultural productivity in Ethiopia

A presentation on "The state and contribution of extension services to agricultural productivity in Ethiopia" was given by Guush Berhane of IFPRI-ESSP

The impact of large-scale social protection interventions on grain prices in poor countries: Evidence from Ethiopia

ESSP Working Paper 116, by John Hoddinott, David Stifel, Kalle Hirvonen, and Bart Minten. Abstract: There has long been concern that cash and in-kind transfers might affect prices in developing country food markets.